Hotel Nord et Champagne
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... a consecrated church with occasional services. Even more strange there was the odd bit of totally inappropriate modern art. We were told various background facts but, with so little internally, it was hard to visualise it's obvious wonderful history We saw the room where the Benedictine monks painstakingly transcribed each and every document in silence. (.it was empty). I would have thought that at least one Monk, after having accidentally smudged an inky fingerprint, might have ...
Day started at 9am being dropped off at The Louve to see the pryamids, Mona Lisa, last supper and other art extravagants. From there we walked to Notre Dame along thye riverside. Was tempted to buy artwork but could not decide at the time. Ethan and Mel did the Conceirge whilst Alicia and I shopped brought some sunnies and five small pictures ...
... a day. There's also a famous restaurant there, Les Ombres, with one of the best views in Paris of the Eiffel Tower. Les Ombres may or may not be a tourist trap. I've never tried it. It was impossible to resist a temporary exhibit, which ends this Sunday, called Tiki Pop about the American 1950's love affair with all things Polynesian. Think of Don the Beachcomber, Mai-Tai's, Marlon Brandon in "Mutiny on the Bounty," and break out your Don ...
... Nord and told a scammer who offered us a taxi for 95€ that this seemed a little excessive. Cab ride was brief and gave us a quick look at this crowded city... Fare was 12.50€ And took only 15 mins thanks to the bus lanes.
Dropped off near the hotel and just managed to fit the 2 small suitcases and us into the tiny lift after I breathed in. Mental note must lose some weight or get rid of a suitcase.
Room is tiny as ...
... and revisited the things we hadn't seen the first time around.The French sculptures are amazing and Mona is much smaller than I had imagined.
Then we took a river cruise on The Seine for a relaxing tour of the city. Later in the evening we walked to the Eiffel tower, steps up to the second level and then an elevator to the top for a glass of champagne and a magnificent view of the city.